ID 299

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5A concert area was set up with 19 rows of chairs.
Each row had 9 chairs. In addition, there were 9 chairs set up on the stage.

How many chairs were there in total?



ID 309

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5This stairway is 3 steps high.

How many bricks would be needed to make the stairway 8 steps high?



ID 320

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5The graph shows the total amount of money John has saved over five weeks.

If John continues to save the same amount of money each week, what will his total savings be in week 7?



ID 321

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Kevin buys 3 bags of marbles. Each marble weighs 50 grams on average.

How many marbles are in the bags?



ID 333

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Christmas week has a Wednesday in it.

This statement is . . .



ID 365

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5A stick of butter weighs 1 kilogram (1000 grams).
Jane cuts it in half.
She then cuts one of the halves into 4 equal slices.

Find the weight of one slice.



ID 369

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Alex puts at least 1 apple in each bucket.
The maximum number of apples in one bucket is 4.

Give a reasonable estimate for the number of apples he put in the buckets.



ID 382

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Jim threw eight dimes.
Three times more coins landed heads up than the number that landed tails up.

How many coins landed heads up?



ID 592

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Three boxes of chocolate candies are equivalent to six hundred candies.
The number of candies is the same for all boxes.

How many candies are in one box?



ID 1198

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Anna picks one ball from a box without looking.

From which box is there the greatest probability of picking a blue ball?



ID 1436

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5How much faster does the minute hand move compared with the hour hand?



ID 1495

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5In 2010, the population of the Italian capital Rome was 2,761,477 and the population of the Vatican City was 846.

What is the best estimate for the combined population of these cities?



ID 2305

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5What do you get if you add 3 to 33 three times?



ID 2679

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Kevin buys three bags of marbles. Each marble weights 50 grams on average.

How many grams do the bags with green and black marbles weigh?



ID 2770

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5A concert area was set up with 19 rows of chairs.
Each row had 18 chairs. In addition, there were 8 chairs set up on the stage.

How many chairs were there in total?



ID 2829

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5We cut a 1800 gram stick of butter in half.
We then cut one of the halves into 4 equal slices.

Find the weight of one slice.



ID 2834

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5The buckets start off empty.
Alex puts at least 2 apples in each bucket.
The maximum number of apples in one bucket is 4.

Estimate the total number of apples he put in the buckets.



ID 3000

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Three boxes of chocolate candies are equivalent to 150 candies.
The number of candies is the same for all boxes.

How many candies are in one box?



ID 3803

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5The picture shows a subway map.

Which line has a smaller number of stations?



ID 3842

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5How many different ways can you score 5 by rolling two dice?



ID 3843

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5What was the balance in Bob's bank account on May 18?



ID 4174

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5The bus will take one hour, then the train will take three and a half hours more than the bus. I need to allow half an hour to change between them.

How long will the whole journey take?



ID 4263

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5There are 40 light and dark grey squares in the plate.

How many more squares can I place on the plate?



ID 4409

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Once upon a time, there were three little pigs.
A pig built a house of straw.
The second pig built a house of sticks.
The third pig built a house of bricks.

How many different ways could the pigs arrange their houses on one side of Pig Street, all neatly lined up and facing the street?



ID 4414

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5 Two tourists paddled downstream for 1/8 of their journey.
After that, they carried the boat for the rest of the journey.

What fraction of the journey did they walk?



ID 4654

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5There are light and dark balls in this game.

How many balls are there in total?



ID 4867

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5Estimate the ratio of areas of the two parts.



ID 4943

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5If four rows of the chessboard are occupied by chess pieces, what part of the board is still empty?



ID 5194

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5The pie chart shows the number of men, women and kids in a county.

What part of the population is the smallest?



ID 5219

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K5One of the values in this triangle is wrong. What should the correct value be?